Thank you for reading this section on CARM exploring Hinduism. The intention of this section of CARM dealing with Hinduism is not to offend or damage you as a Hindu in any way. I personally have spent many hours analyzing the various aspects of the Hindu religion and must say that Hinduism is certainly a diverse set of beliefs and practices. Many Hindus are hard working, honest people who desire to love their families and show devotion the gods or goddesses as they see fit. I deeply respect their commitment to follow their religious beliefs, cultures, and practices.
I realize that many Hindus will not agree with all of the statements of this website; however, I have done my best to accurately portray this extremely diverse religion. In fact, many religious scholars do not believe that Hinduism is one religion, but a conglomeration of diverse religions. Due to this extreme diversity, I want to respectfully use caution in saying, “Hindus believe this.” Some Hindus may believe or practice such and such, but others may not.
Furthermore, I realize that Hindus would not necessarily describe their faith in terms of "belief." They may prefer to use terms such as practices, rituals, traditions, etc. I want to compassionately be aware of these differences in our exploration of Hinduism.
The reason we have this section on CARM is to answer the main questions raised by many Hindus and to lovingly point them the certainty of salvation found only in Jesus Christ. Jesus was not a European, not Indian, not black, but He was Jewish. He is the one and only Savior for all men. Christianity is an international religion for all peoples. If you are a Hindu, please know that I welcome your input and feedback on any of the articles that I have written. If I have made any inaccuracies in my articles please let me know. I want to accurately present the facts. May God richly bless you with the Truth found in Jesus Christ!